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Sage customers and business partners from around Africa and the Middle East will gather at the Sandton Convention Centre from 7-9 March 2017 to learn about new technologies, digital transformation and the future of work.

Sage CEO Stephen Kelly will share insights about how Sage is levelling the playing field for customers – and it’s just the start of a technology revolution all enterprises of all sizes need to be a part of to compete and grow.

The digital future of work

Speakers at the Sage Summit Tour will focus on how digital native young professionals and exciting emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, mobility and automated data collection are reshaping the workplace. Ahead of the Sage Summit Tour.

Said Anton van Heerden , Managing Director and Executive Vice-President, Africa & Middle East at Sage: “Technologies such as artificial intelligence are the answer to the everyday pain points people are facing now. Our work at Sage allows us to use these advances to address the immediate challenges our customers face today. We are helping to free them from mundane admin tasks so that they can focus on creativity, growth and innovation.”

Invisible admin and accounting

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Invisible accounting will be built on the back of three powerful emerging technologies, as illustrated in Leading the Invisible Accounting Revolution , a new white paper from Sage and Ovum:

Artificial Intelligence will enable users to interact with accounting systems via conversational interfaces. It will also elevate back-office automation and the processing of massive amounts of data.

Blockchain technology promises to transform how frictionless processes can take place, where money transfers, for example, can flow in an automated manner and be auditable and compliant.

The Internet of Things will transform the supply chain and deliver superior efficiencies and lower costs.
Together, these technologies will enable an era of seamless business processes, continuous budgeting and agile accounting.

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